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Cooking with The Master Chef: Food For Your Family & Friends

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    Available in PDF - DJVU Format | Cooking with The Master Chef: Food For Your Family & Friends.pdf | Language: ENGLISH
    Michel Roux Jr.(Author)

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Michel Roux has a justifiable reputation as someone who knows everything there is to know about food, how it should taste and how it should be cooked. He is very serious-minded about cooking and his masterly performances on MASTERCHEF have created a wide and admiring fan base.

MASTERCHEF shows cooking how it should be and it's very good at showing the passion and skills required in becoming a chef, and you learn something about food.

For food has always been at the forefront of his life and the recipes in this book are a distillation of his vast knowledge and experience, made available to the home cook.

'Elegant French recipes, such as duck confit, lobster with garlic butter and pink praline tart, that should appeal to any cook'--SQUARE MEAL'Roux's magnanimity - along with his passion for food and serious work ethic - shine through... the recipes in it are accessible, uncomplicated and wonderfully tempting'--METRO'Michel Roux Jnr's autobiography-cum-cookbook is half food memoir, half French recipe collection and wholly engrossing. Roux's anecdotes provide a fascinating window on a life spent pioneering French haute cuisine as a member of the UK's defining culinary dynasty'--CATERER & HOTELKEEPER

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Book details

  • PDF | 224 pages
  • Michel Roux Jr.(Author)
  • Weidenfeld & Nicolson; 1st edition (2 Sept. 2010)
  • English
  • 2
  • Food & Drink

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  • By VenusSpecimen on 15 April 2017

    i like some of the recipes but the writing font is awful, some words are just plain difficult to read! such a pity. also some of the recipes - many in fact - are way too plain and by no means what he would find suitable to serve up. i expected better.

  • By Adrian McDermott on 26 July 2017

    Great cookbook but I'd prefer a few more photographs

  • By oscarg on 5 April 2017

    Superb book, couldnt be happier

  • By Anon on 16 January 2015

    This is the first book I have purchased from this author and it is ok. The beginning of the book bored me and I did think that I might have to return for a refund. However as I plodded through the recipes improved and I thought ok it's worth keeping. I purchased this in the Kindle format for under £3 and for that price it's worth it.I've given this 3 stars because of the lack of pictures-there are hardly many and I feel it is an imperative aspect to a good cookbook. I've also given it 3 stars because the first part of the book was uninspiring to me.

  • By Guest on 8 September 2014

    Not enough photos. Was very disappointed. Don't think I've tried any of the recipes yet as without the pictures it doesn't really inspire you.

  • By Karola on 29 March 2013

    I don't think a lot of love or attention went into this book - perhaps it was produced quickly for Christmas or something (it was a Christmas present from someone, in my case). There are hardly any pictures of the food to inspire you, just pics of Michel Roux himself in M&S shirts, quaffing wine! I mean I like the man, but I'd rather see the food. Even more annoying is the fact that there is a lovely picture of a lemony dessert, but then there's no recipe for it! I have made 2-3 nice dishes from it to be fair, but the book could be so much better. Save your cash and go online instead onto the Masterchef website or

  • By John David Watson on 22 June 2015

    The recipes and concept of this book is solid, however the book is littered with spelling mistakes, incorrect page references and often huge gaps in the recipe process. I've found myself filling in a lot of the gaps myself, but can't help feeling frustrated by how rushed this book feels. Some recipes are quite complex, yet lack any detail in relation to process.

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